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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (disambiguation)]]
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  • {{rpl|Football (general)}} {{rpl|Football (soccer)}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (general)/Definition]]
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  • ...all|football]] in the [[Netherlands]] is administered by the [[Royal Dutch Football Association]] (Koninklijke Nederlandse Voetbalbond; KNVB). The Netherlands ...PSV Eindhoven]] who have all won European competitions. The greatest Dutch footballer is [[Johan Cruyff]], widely regarded as the greatest-ever European playe
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  • ...eated England 5–1 at [[Wembley Stadium]]. Among the most famous Scottish footballers are [[Alex James]], [[Bill Shankly]], [[Matt Busby]], [[Denis Law]], [[ [[Category:International association football teams]]
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  • ...d by the [[Football Association]] (FA). England and neighbours [[Scotland (football)|Scotland]] played the world's first-ever official international match on ...er United Football Club|Manchester United]]. Among the most famous English footballers are [[Stanley Matthews]], [[Tom Finney]], [[Bobby Moore]], [[Gordon Ban
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  • ...[[UEFA European Championship]] three times. Among the most famous Spanish footballers are [[Alfredo di Stéfano]] (who was Argentinian by birth but acquired [[Category:International association football teams]]
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  • ...the [[1930 FIFA World Cup]] in [[Brazil]]. Among the most famous Uruguayan footballers are [[José Leandro Andrade]], [[Juan Schiaffino]] and [[Luis Suárez]] [[Category:International association football teams]]
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  • ...pions having won the [[2018 FIFA World Cup]]. Among the most famous French footballers are [[Just Fontaine]], [[Michel Platini]], [[Zinedine Zidane]], [[Patri [[Category:International association football teams]]
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  • ...on the tournament twice, in 1978 and 1986. Among the most famous Argentine footballers are [[Diego Maradona]], [[Gabriel Batistuta]] and [[Lionel Messi]]. [[Category:International association football teams]]
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  • ..., the FIGC was a founder member of [[UEFA]]. Among the most famous Italian footballers are [[Giuseppe Meazza]], [[Roberto Baggio]] and [[Paolo Maldini]]. [[Category:International association football teams]]
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  • ...l Republic in 1956 and 1990 respectively. Since 1990, the DFB has governed football throughout both of the former East and West divisions of Germany. ...h to win the [[1954 FIFA World Cup]], sensationally defeating [[Hungarian (football)|Hungary's]] "Magical Magyars" in the final. In the same year, the DFB was
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  • ...ation football|football]] in [[Brazil]] is administered by the [[Brazilian Football Confederation]] (Confederação Brasileira de Futebol; CBF). Brazil became ...otballer is [[Pelé]], widely considered the greatest-ever player in world football; during his career, Brazil won three World Cups (1958, 1962 and 1970). Oth
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  • #REDIRECT[[Football]]
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  • {{dambigbox|the Canadian ball-handling game|Football}} ...differences. The sport's major professional competition is the [[Canadian Football League]] (CFL) and its championship game, the [[Grey Cup]], is perennially
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  • {{seealso|Football}} The purpose of this article is to describe the development of [[football]] from its many perceived origins through its existence as a folk pastime
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  • #REDIRECT [[American football]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Association football (soccer)]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Association football (soccer)]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Association football (soccer)]]
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  • {{dambigbox|the Irish ball game|Football}} ...otball Final. Tyrone won with a score of 1-16 to Kerry's 2-10.}}'''Gaelic football''' is an Irish sport that is predominantly played in [[Ireland]] or by emi
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  • {{dambigbox|association football|Football}} ...r'''), is a team [[sport]] played on a rectangular grass field, called a [[football pitch]], with a goal positioned in the centre of each end. There are eleve
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  • {{dambigbox|all forms of football|Football}} {{seealso|Football to 1900}}
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  • {{dambigbox|the American ball-handling game|Football}} '''American football,''' known as '''gridiron football''' or simply '''football''' in [[North America]], is a widely followed [[sport]] that originated in
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (general)/Related Articles]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (soccer)]]
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  • A history of football's development through the 19th century from a folk activity into its moder
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  • An internationally recognized sport generally known as football except in the U.S. and a few other countries where it is referred to as so
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  • ...sions called the [[National Football Conference]] (NFC) and the [[American Football Conference]] (AFC) from which the leading teams qualify for an [[NFL Play- [[Category:American football competitions]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football to 1900]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football to 1900]]
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  • #REDIRECT[[Football/Definition]]
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  • ...[[FA Premier League]]. It is one of the most successful clubs in English football. The team plays in red shirts with white sleeves and white shorts and is ...ad Common. Two of the players contacted their old club [[Nottingham Forest Football Club|Nottingham Forest]] to ask for help and Forest responded by donating
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  • A variant of American football that is played on a field that is wider and longer and with 12 players on
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  • An outdoor sport played by two teams of 15 players a side. It is a form of football using a round ball which the players may both handle and kick, with the ob
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  • {{dambigbox|the Australian ball game|Football}} '''Australian rules football''' is a form of [[football]] played in [[Australia]] between two teams of 18 players on large, usuall
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  • ...inal members. The SFA is based in [[Glasgow]] and is a member of [[FIFA]], football's world governing body, and of [[UEFA]], the European equivalent. [[Category:Association football organisations]]
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  • ...brated a record 100 seasons (not consecutive) in the top flight of English football; the club's current run in the top division began in 1954. ...en the venture proved successful, he decided that the church should have a football team too to keep the boys occupied during the winter months. St Domingo F
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  • ...In terms of trophies won, Liverpool is the most successful club in English football. They have won the [[European Cup]] six times to 2019. The team plays in a ...e Lancashire League prior to the 1892–93 season and was elected to the [[Football League]] in 1893. Liverpool began in the Second Division and was promoted
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  • [[American football]] involves a great deal of strategy and execution. There are many differen ...lly hundreds of offensive alignments that are commonly used in the game of football, although most are slight variations on a theme, or a set of personnel. Al
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  • The '''Canadian Football League''' is a eight-team professional [[Canadian football]] league in Canada, whose franchises currently include the [[Montreal Alou ...is now facing a new challenge from the [[Buffalo Bills]] of the [[National Football League]], who have announced that they will be playing eight games in [[To
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (soccer)/Approval]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (soccer)/Definition]]
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  • {{rpl|Canadian Football League}} {{rpl|American football}}
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  • ...Germany]] and [[Spain (football)|Spain]] with three titles each; [[France (football)|France]] have won two. [[Category:Association football competitions|European]]
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  • An English [[Association football (soccer)|football]] club which is based in [[London]].
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  • * Dan Goldstein, ''English Football'', Rough Guides, 2000
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  • * Dan Goldstein, ''English Football'', Rough Guides, 2000
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  • A form of football involving two teams of eighteen players on an oval-shaped field. Players c
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  • Development of football in its different codes to 1900
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  • An English [[association football (soccer)|football]] club which is based in [[Liverpool]].
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  • * [[:Category:Gaelic football|Gaelic football]] * [[Football]]
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  • {{r|American football}} {{r|Football (soccer)}}
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  • (SFA) The governing body for Association Football in Scotland; a member of both FIFA and UEFA.
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  • An English [[association football (soccer)|football]] club which is based in [[Liverpool]].
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  • Football Association Challenge Cup Winners: (7) Football Association Charity Shield Winners: (15)
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  • ...eviated as '''MUFC''' or '''Man U''') is a [[association football (soccer)|football]] club based in [[Salford]] which competes in the English [[FA Premier Lea ...] in Salford. The club has acquired the nickname of [[Salford Rugby League Football Club]]: the ''Red Devils''. Old Trafford is currently the second largest c
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  • ...rules are roughly similar to, but differ in some respects from (American) football rules.
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  • {{r|Football (Canadian)}}
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  • [http://www.fifa.com/en/index.html FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association), soccer's governing body]
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  • {{rpl|Football}}
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  • ..._URL=http://www2.ncaa.org/portal/sports/fall/football/mens/index.html NCAA Football Home, governing body for American collegiate athletics.] <br/> [[NFL]] &rarr; [http://nfl.com/ National Football League Home]<br/>
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  • {{rpl|Football}} {{rpl|Football to 1900}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (soccer)/Related Articles]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (soccer)/External Links]]
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  • [[File:V. Sue Cleveland Helmet.jpg|thumb|V. Sue Cleveland High School football, Rio Rancho, New Mexico]] ...(NMAA)]], as a class 6A school in District 1. They played their inaugural football season in 2009. Cleveland plays their home games at Cleveland Stadium adja
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  • * Dan Goldstein, ''English Football'', Rough Guides, 2000
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  • * [[:Category:Australian rules football|Australian rules football]] * [[Football]]
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  • {{r|Football}} {{r|Association football (soccer)}}
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  • An English [[association football (soccer)|football]] club which is based in [[Salford]].
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  • {{r|Liverpool Football Club}} {{r|Manchester United Football Club}}
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  • {{r|Everton Football Club}} {{r|Manchester United Football Club}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Scottish Football Association]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • {{r|National Football League}}
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  • A detailed breakdown of V. Sue Cleveland High School football seasons.
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  • [[File:Rio Rancho Helmet.jpg|thumb|Rio Rancho High School football, Rio Rancho, New Mexico]] ...(NMAA)]], as a class 6A school in District 1. They played their inaugural football season in 1997. Rio Rancho plays their home games at Rams Stadium adjacent
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  • {{r|Everton Football Club}} {{r|Liverpool Football Club}}
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  • A detailed breakdown of Rio Rancho High School football seasons.
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  • #REDIRECT[[Football]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (disambiguation)]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (soccer)]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football to 1900]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football to 1900]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[American football]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (general)/Definition]]
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  • West German footballer
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  • #REDIRECT [[Everton Football Club]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Liverpool Football Club]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Everton Football Club/Definition]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Everton Football Club]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Liverpool Football Club]]
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  • {{r|Football (Canadian)}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[Association football (soccer)]]
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  • A professional [[Association football (soccer)|football]] league in England.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (general)/Related Articles]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (soccer)/Related Articles]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Football (soccer)/External Links]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Manchester United Football Club]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Everton Football Club/Related Articles]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Manchester United Football Club]]
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  • *[http://rugbyfootballhistory.com/ History of Rugby football]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Manchester United Football Club]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Manchester United Football Club]]
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  • An English [[Association football (soccer)|football]] club which is based in [[London]].
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  • An English [[association football (soccer)|football]] club which is based in [[Salford]].
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  • An English [[association football (soccer)|football]] club which is based in [[Liverpool]].
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  • An English [[association football (soccer)|football]] club which is based in [[Liverpool]].
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  • [[National Football League]] professional [[American football]] team in [[Nashville, Tennessee]]
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  • An [[Association football (soccer)|association football]] club in [[São Paulo]], [[Brazil]]
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  • Professional football player for the [[St. Louis Rams]] of the [[National Football League]].
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  • Development of football in its different codes to 1900
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  • #REDIRECT [[Manchester United Football Club/Related Articles]]
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  • Premier domestic [[Australian football]] (soccer) competition.
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  • ...tournament, held under the auspices of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA).
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  • * [http://www.profootballhof.com/hof/member.jsp?player_id=195 Pro Football profile] * [http://www.collegefootball.org/famersearch.php?id=60054 College Football profile]
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  • ...of Association Football), the international governing body of association football.
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  • ...ociation football cup competition organised by UEFA since 1955 for the top football clubs in Europe.
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  • {{r|Arsenal Football Club}}
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  • A detailed breakdown of Rio Rancho High School football seasons.
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  • * Dan Goldstein, ''English Football'', Rough Guides, 2000
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  • * Dan Goldstein, ''English Football'', Rough Guides, 2000
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  • * Dan Goldstein, ''English Football'', Rough Guides, 2000
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  • The name given to the NFL Championship Game in [[American football]]
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  • {{rpl|Canadian Football League}} {{rpl|American football}}
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  • {{rpl|Football (general)}} {{rpl|Football (soccer)}}
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  • A detailed breakdown of V. Sue Cleveland High School football seasons.
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  • Famed [[quarterback]] for the [[Green Bay Packers]] of the [[National Football League]].
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  • {{r|Football}} {{r|Association football (soccer)}}
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  • ..., founded in 2004, is the premier domestic [[association football (soccer)|football]] competition in Australia.<ref>[https://www.a-league.com.au/ Hyundai A-Le [[Category:Association football competitions in Australia]]
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  • The '''AFL Commission'''is the governing body of [[Australian rules football]]. It was founded in 1985 and is based in [[Melbourne]]. [[Category:Australian rules football organisations]]
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  • ...he men's national teams of the members of ''Fédération Internationale de Football Association'', held every four years.
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  • * The [[American Football League]], now part of the [[National Football League]]
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  • A history of football's development through the 19th century from a folk activity into its moder
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  • {{rpl|Rugby football}}
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  • (born July 10, 1956 in Dublin) A former football player from Ireland.
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  • (SFA) The governing body for Association Football in Scotland; a member of both FIFA and UEFA.
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  • A team in the [[Canadian Football League]] winner of the 95th (2007) [[Grey Cup]].
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  • ..._URL=http://www2.ncaa.org/portal/sports/fall/football/mens/index.html NCAA Football Home, governing body for American collegiate athletics.] <br/> [[NFL]] &rarr; [http://nfl.com/ National Football League Home]<br/>
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  • {{r|Everton Football Club}} {{r|Liverpool Football Club}}
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  • {{r|Liverpool Football Club}} {{r|Manchester United Football Club}}
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  • {{r|Everton Football Club}} {{r|Manchester United Football Club}}
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  • Football competition among the best teams in the world held in 2010 organized by FI
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  • A variant of American football that is played on a field that is wider and longer and with 12 players on
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  • ...'''Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA)''' is the governing body of [[Gaelic football]] and [[hurling]]. It was founded in 1884 and is based in [[Dublin]]. [[Category:Gaelic football organisations]]
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  • ...ester United]] at club level in England and for the [[Republic of Ireland (football)|Republic of Ireland]] at international level.
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  • An internationally recognized sport generally known as football except in the U.S. and a few other countries where it is referred to as so
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  • ...ess best known for her portrayaing Chardonnay Lane in the British series ''Footballers' Wives''.
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  • ...nventor of basketball (1861-1939); also credited with the invention of the football helmet.
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  • ...inal members. The SFA is based in [[Glasgow]] and is a member of [[FIFA]], football's world governing body, and of [[UEFA]], the European equivalent. [[Category:Association football organisations]]
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  • ...[Real Madrid Club de Fútbol|Real Madrid]], [[FC Schalke 04]] and [[Spain (football)|Spain]]. [[Category:Spanish football biographies]]
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  • {{dambigbox|the Canadian ball-handling game|Football}} ...differences. The sport's major professional competition is the [[Canadian Football League]] (CFL) and its championship game, the [[Grey Cup]], is perennially
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  • The original form of rugby football played in teams of fifteen. It was strictly amateur until 1995 when it ope
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  • {{rpl|Football}} {{rpl|Football to 1900}}
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  • <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude>German association football club, sevenfold German champions and second-biggest sports club in the cou
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  • ...Pajamas Media]]; musician, web designer and publisher of the Little Green Footballs weblog.
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  • {{r|National Football League}}
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  • ...on the tournament twice, in 1978 and 1986. Among the most famous Argentine footballers are [[Diego Maradona]], [[Gabriel Batistuta]] and [[Lionel Messi]]. [[Category:International association football teams]]
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  • ...the [[1930 FIFA World Cup]] in [[Brazil]]. Among the most famous Uruguayan footballers are [[José Leandro Andrade]], [[Juan Schiaffino]] and [[Luis Suárez]] [[Category:International association football teams]]
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  • A form of rugby football played in teams of thirteen. It began in 1895 as a breakaway sport from ru
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  • ...sh]] [[acting|actress]], best known for her long-running appearance on ''[[Footballers' Wives]]''.
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  • ...te, [[Mustafa Kemal Atatürk]] and opened in 1965. It seats 13,396 and the football pitch is encircled by an athletics track. [[Category:Football grounds in Turkey]]
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  • ...sions called the [[National Football Conference]] (NFC) and the [[American Football Conference]] (AFC) from which the leading teams qualify for an [[NFL Play- [[Category:American football competitions]]
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  • ...in various degrees of all above elements. For example, [[American football|football]] and [[baseball]] involve both skill and strategy while [[poker]] involve ...esulting in the current global popularity of ball game (rugby, basketball, football, cricket, tennis, volleyball).
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  • ...ginated in the United Kingdom, including [[association football]], [[rugby football]] ([[rugby union]] and [[rugby league]]), [[golf]], [[cricket]], [[tennis] ...is in this way that rugby football differs internationally to association football, as the England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland (which includes Northern Ire
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  • [[File:V. Sue Cleveland Helmet.jpg|thumb|V. Sue Cleveland High School football, Rio Rancho, New Mexico]] ...(NMAA)]], as a class 6A school in District 1. They played their inaugural football season in 2009. Cleveland plays their home games at Cleveland Stadium adja
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  • ...more Japanese bought tickets for baseball games than to watch [[World Cup (football)|World Cup]] matches when Japan staged the event in 2002.<ref>''Japan Time
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  • ...Retrieved on October 22, 2007.</ref> Another popular sport in Angola is [[football (soccer)]]. <ref name=Profile /> Angola qualified for the 2006 World Cup i
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  • ...al Tombs of the Ming and Qing Dynasties'). In 2008, Shenyang will host the football events of the Olympic games. ...l Horticultural Exposition. Shenyang also has the privilege of staging the football events for the 2008 [[Olympic Games]] alongside [[Beijing]].
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  • ...to the [[Scottish First Division]]. In (2006), the team won the [[Scottish Football League First Division]] and has returned to the [[Scottish Premier League]
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  • The city is home to the [[Winnipeg Blue Bombers]] of the [[Canadian Football League]]. The [[Winnipeg Jets]] [[ice hockey]] franchise was moved to [[Ph
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  • ...'''Mánchester''' are normally [[schwa|weak]]: *Mánchəstər, though some football pundits say "Mán Chéster" ...[[Milanese language|Milanese]], can be used when referring to [[AC Milan]] football club
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  • ...lic football]] is a team field sport, similar enough to [[Australian rules football]] that test matches and tours have regularly taken place featuring teams f ...n both football, hurling and camógie, there is more focus on the National Football League and National Hurling League, and even more on their respective cup
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  • ...ing tennis at the age of eight, but had a strong interest in [[association football]] (soccer) as well. At the age of 12 he began to focus fully on tennis and
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  • ...und Glasgow) has experienced problems caused by sectarianism, particularly football rivalry between the traditionally Roman Catholic team, Celtic, and the tra ...ia: Empire, Nation, Diaspora. By James Mills, Paul Dimeo: Page 18 - Oldest Football Association is England's FA, then Scotland and third oldest is the Indian
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  • [[File:Rio Rancho Helmet.jpg|thumb|Rio Rancho High School football, Rio Rancho, New Mexico]] ...(NMAA)]], as a class 6A school in District 1. They played their inaugural football season in 1997. Rio Rancho plays their home games at Rams Stadium adjacent
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  • ...turning to entertainment, Charles played professional [[football (soccer)|football]], most notably for [[Tranmere Rovers F.C.|Tranmere Rovers]]. He started h
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  • ...at the Botanic Reserve in Nelson on [[May 14]], 1870, between the [[Nelson Football Club]] and [[Nelson College]] and an informative commemorative plaque was
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  • ...ently reborn as 'Napoli Soccer' in [[Serie C1]] (the 3rd flight of Italian Football). It has since changed its name back to S.S.C. Napoli and has now returned *[[Fabio Cannavaro]] - World Cup winner and world and '[[European Footballer of the Year]]'
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  • ...Plant's lifelong loyalty to his favourite [[Association football (soccer)|football]] team Wolverhampton Wanderers (The Wolves) is expressed in the form of wo
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  • ...second most popular spectator sport after [[Association football (soccer)|football]]. Not bad for a children's game from some village in the southeast. ...t developed and there were competitions between parishes from the 1590s at football, [[Morris dancing]], cudgelling and [[wrestling]]. It is likely that crick
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  • ...as a reaction to [[Puritan]] suppression there of [[football]] (i.e., "mob football" in those days), blood sports and other activities which encouraged gambli ...itans, 18-year old [[Oliver Cromwell]], was reportedly playing cricket and football in London, where he was training at one of the [[Inns of Court]]. This is
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  • ...tedly awarded high standing. In addition, TJMC also performs at every home football game. ...for over a decade as well as a stint in the [[AAA National District]] for football.
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  • Leicester is home to Leicester City F.C. ([[soccer|football]]), Leicester Tigers (Rugby Union), Leicester Phoenix (rugby league), the
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  • ...during the [[monsoon]]s, when other outdoor sports cannot be played. The [[Football World Cup]] is one of the most widely watched television events by the peo
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  • ...les, where he graduated with a Diploma in Sports Massage. He was a teenage football player before deciding on a career in music. In 2000 he was centre-half fo
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  • ...and. A few of her contributions include the bleachers for the baseball and football field, the English wing, as well as the theater, which is named in her hon ...ovation to their field. In June, they installed a new artificial turf for football, soccer, and lacrosse. This $850,000 process was only the first phase of
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  • ...Hibs"), who play at Easter Road. Both play in the Scottish Premier League. Football is generally thought to be Scotland's national game, so the failure of the ...to Scotland, so rugby is to Edinburgh, which has a rich tradition of rugby football, long fostered by its many private schools (unusually for Scotland, a rela
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  • ...at record highs, but with year-round competition from endlessly televised football, basketball, hockey, tennis, and golf, all of which had, for the first par
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  • ...r)|Football]] is an increasingly popular sport. In 2002, Bhutan's national football team played [[Montserrat]] - billed as 'The Other Final', the match took p
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  • ...hs of seniors, and some may include detailed recaps of [[American football|football]] and [[basketball]] games. Many college yearbooks are considered a work o
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  • ...zation for ninety international federations, such as [[FIFA]] (association football), FIBA (basketball), FINA (swimming) and the IAAF (track and field). In 20
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  • ...mar School.<ref name="ODNB"/> He played for the school at both cricket and football but only played the latter outside school. He became disillusioned with cr ...any of his sons pursuing a career in football.<ref name="ODNB"/> Statham's football team was managed by Eric Taylor who was also involved with Reddish & Gorto
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  • Sports played during the Summer season include [[Cricket]], [[Touch Football]] and [[Softball]].
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  • ...a high level of player participation and is, second only to [[association football]], one of the world's most popular spectator sports. As such, it attracts ...e world's greatest spectator sports, second only to [[association football|football]].<ref>[https://www.topendsports.com/world/lists/popular-sport/fans.htm To
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  • ...f the [[Joint Chiefs of Staff]]. Johnson had been assistant manager of the football team, with the manager, [[John McConnell]], one year senior to him. McConn
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  • ...eralites follow sports such as [[cricket]], ''[[kabaddi]]'', [[Association football (soccer)|soccer]], and [[badminton]]. Dozens of large stadiums, including ...all (soccer)|Soccer]] is the most popular sport in the state. Some notable football stars from Kerala include [[I. M. Vijayan]] and [[V. P. Sathyan]]. [[Volle
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  • ...vices set up for the journalists in the 12 Italian cities hosting the FIFA football World Cup.
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  • ...usual nowadays for the Portuguese city, which, probably as a result of its football team's fame, has become known by its native name, '''[[Porto|Pŏrto]]''' (
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  • ...himsical definition defines the nation by the very existence of a national football team. On this definition Scotland is a nation and Bavaria not.</ref> <ref>
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  • ...to the 19th century, and the Harvard-Yale rivalry is the oldest in college football. The Boston Marathon, run on Patriot's Day every year, is a New England cu
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  • ...really means. America is not 50 chunks of land, lakes, fly fishermen and football teams; it's an idea, a concept, a commitment to, well, "truth, justice, an
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  • ...[Gaelic Athletic Association]]'s championships in [[hurling]] and [[Gaelic football]] still feature teams from the 32 traditional counties rather than making
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  • ...and Spanish, tactics, English, and history. He also coached basketball and football and was promoted to captain in 1916. In 1910 he married Winifred Alison S
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  • ...hts to release games for the new system called ''[[Ultra (company)|Ultra]] Football'', ''Ultra Tennis'', etc. So, in 1995 Nintendo changed the final name of t ...s for over 7500 British Wi-Fi hot spots, including McDonald's restaurants, football stadiums, hotels, motorway service stations, railway stations, student uni
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  • ...ven years during the 1950s, a time in which "there were very few baseball, football or basketball players making $50,000."
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  • ...iots, the constant wars, the largest rats in the biogest slums, boxing and football, the loudest music, the most strident and exploitative press with the enti
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  • ...2008-01-29 |accessdate=2008-02-02 }}</ref> The city also has a [[Canadian Football League]] franchise, the [[Montreal Alouettes]], and the city will play hos
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  • ...thletics. Arguably the most popular is the University of Oklahoma Sooners football team, which has won seven national championships. There is also a large f
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  • ...itish forces retaliated by firing on a crowd of IRA supporters at a Gaelic football match in Croke Park, killing 12 and injuring sixty. The day quickly became
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  • ...]], whose main sporting interest was as owner of [[Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club]], and the tournament trophy is named after him. England Women won th
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  • ...o used by [[BBC TV]] during their 2002 [[FIFA World Cup]] coverage. French football team [[Olympique de Marseille]] plays this track whenever a goal is scored
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  • Prague is home to four football teams: AC Sparta Praha, SK Slavia Praha, Viktoria Žižkov, and Bohemians
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  • ...ysics works well for ordinary situations such as a car changing lanes or a football flying through the air. The behaviour of objects travelling at speeds appr
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  • *Former professional football (soccer) player [[Zinedine Zidane]] is known to have Thalassemia minor.
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  • ...known for their enthusiasm in sports, especially [[cricket]] and [[soccer|football]].
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  • '''sóccer''' *sócker (from "Association football")
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  • ...st other teams within the university. Common teams include: hockey, rugby, football, basketball, netball and cricket. The [[Manchester Aquatics Centre]], the
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  • ...to recognize his mental states and managed to type "[[Arsenal F.C.|Arsenal Football Club]]" using his brain alone. [http://www.theregister.co.uk/2001/04/30/bo
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  • ...page 33.</ref> A large man for his time, he was "drafted onto the Harvard football team", he said, solely because of his size, and Hemingway liked to tell st
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  • '''Céltic''' or '''céltic''' ''civilisation'' K-; '''Céltic''' ''football club'' S-
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  • ...n enrollment and tuition as well as cutbacks, including elimination of the football team in 1939. In 1938, the Department of Elementary Education was establis
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  • ...teams have always been fairly successful, especially, in recent years, the football and men's basketball teams. Additionally, the school has an award-winning
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  • ...sts of capsomers arranged in a regular geometrical pattern, similar to a [[football (soccer)|soccer ball]], hence they are not truly "spherical". Capsomers ar
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  • ...rs playing a game at [[Cambay]], near [[Baroda]]. The Calcutta Cricket and Football Club was founded by 1792 and, in 1799, another club was formed at [[Sering
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  • ...rtheast and the coastal states of [[West Bengal]], [[Goa]] and [[Kerala]], football is the more popular sport. In recent times, tennis has gained popularity.
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  • As a child (and in later life), he supported the Raith Rovers football team. He earned pocket money by selling their programmes and produced a ne
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  • Like the [[Grey Cup]], awarded to the winner of the [[Canadian Football League]], the Stanley Cup is engraved with the names of the winning player
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  • ...ebol'', ''revólver'', ''estoque'', ''folclore'', from English ''beef'', ''football'', ''revolver'', ''stock'', ''folklore''.
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  • The Saskatchewan Roughriders of the [[Canadian Football League]] became the 2007 [[Grey Cup]] champions.
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  • ...ng presence at Wheaton Central High School, where he was co-captain of the football team, [[homecoming king]], and a popular actor in the theater productions,
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  • |Trivia=Was an excellent player of Australian football, and, after quitting tennis, played in 52 games for the West Adelaide team
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